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Definition of "equestrians" [equestrians]

  • Plural form of equestrian. (noun)

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Use "equestrians" in a sentence
  • "This isn’t because of some desire to protect locals-only knowledge (if the number of other dog-walkers, mountain bikers, and equestrians is any indicator, these are far from secret trails), I was just following the group blindly and honestly don’t know where I was in greater detail than “Redmond, east of the Sammamish river.”"
  • "Amongst the equestrians was a very small child of about ten, who danced and rode, and was much applauded, but seemed nervous and delicate."
  • "Originally, the equestrians were a burgess cavalry; but gradually all who possessed estates of four hundred thousand sesterces were liable to cavalry service, and became enrolled in the order, which thus comprehended the whole senatorial and non-senatorial noble society of Rome."